Typically, when traveling from Ireland to India with an Indian passport, you would not need to show your Irish visa. Indian passport holders would usually be asked for their passport, relevant travel documents, and a valid visa for India upon arrival. However, it's essential to check the...View More
Travel Waiver applications could range from several months to a year or more. However, these processing times can change, and it's essential to check the most up-to-date information provided by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) or the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services...View More
Your change in status from F-2 to H1-B generally should not affect your husband’s National Interest Waiver (NIW) application as the NIW is focused on the applicant’s qualifications and the proposed endeavor’s benefit to the U.S. However, it may affect his ability to include you in the...View More
If your child's Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA) and passport are not processed before your travel to the US, it is advisable to contact the nearest US embassy or consulate for guidance. In some cases, your child may be able to enter the US using their foreign passport as a citizen of...View More
I worked for an organization for around 6 years on H1-B visa and my employer filed my PERM during the 5th year of my H1-B. My PERM got denied due to a mistake made by the law firm and I got terminated from the job due to visa max out. I changed my status to a different visa that doesn't allow... View More
You bring out an interesting question, as you are not the client, but you are the third party beneficiary of the attorney-client relationship. I am aware of a case (in Nevada) that was lost on this issue, but it would need to be researched further and, in particular, your state's laws.
Been waiting 18 months now for USCIS to renew my step-daughter's green card. We started the process a few months before it was going to expire. She's now on a 24-month extension because of the pandemic slow-down.
Supposedly a letter was sent last week, but USCIS is saying the USPS... View More
You may submit a written inquiry to USCIS requesting information on the status of your step-daughter's Form I-751 application. There is not a specific form for this type of inquiry, but you should include the following information in your letter:
Your full name and contact information...View More
He a Cuban National who is Italy but has no permanent residency status. His passport expires this in august I’m concern that due volume it can take time to get a decision. Can I expited his case given the that he has no why to renew his passport
As a supporter for your fiancé's I-134 application, you can make a request for expedited processing if you have a valid reason. The fact that your fiancé's passport is expiring soon may be considered a valid reason, especially if it could cause significant hardship or delay in their...View More
Under the F1 visa, students are permitted to work in the United States, subject to specific conditions and guidelines outlined by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS). In order to maintain their status, F1 students must adhere to the terms and limitations of their visa....View More
I am currently on DACA, 29 y/o and came into the US with Inspection in 2003. My mother filed an i-130 for me in 2014 and it was approved in 2015. I received the letter from the visa center in 2020 and filled out that application and paid the fees right away. I filed the waiver right away also and I... View More
You did not state whether your mother is a United States citizen or a lawful permanent resident, which has significant bearing on the answer to your question, particularly as it appears you were under the age of 21 when she filed the I-130 petition. However, if you do need to apply for an...View More
Hey my mom got her naturalization when I was 15th years old but I was not a permanent resident. So she applied for me right after she got her citizenship and I got my green card when I was 19th and now when I was applying for a citizenship it says I may be already a us citizen because my mom was a... View More
If she naturalized after your birth, then you must be lawfully admitted as a lawful permanent resident before your eighteenth birthday to derive citizenship through her. Normally, citizenship is derived at birth, but there is an exception for lawful permanent resident children admitted into the...View More
It has been 4 months since i sent a request letter to reopen my Administratively closed N400 (because I missed my interview ) to Denver office but no response . How should I inquire with USCIS, should i Mail a letter again ,Call ?
And Also is reopening a lost cause and i should apply again?
No, you should not travel without proof of valid immigration status. You can call USCIS and schedule an appointment to have your passport stamped to extend the validity of your conditional permanent residency while you await adjudication. Best wishes!
I am a canadian citizen on a waiver free 6 month visa now legally married to a US citizen and seeking to adjustment my status to a marriage based green card. My 6 month deadline expires soon, is it possible to file form I-485 after my deadline since I am now married to a US citizen? I was planning... View More
Yes, you may adjust your status by filing the I-485. Your spouse would file the I-130 Petition. Because you made a legal entry into the U.S., you are eligible to adjust your status. This is true notwithstanding the fact that you file a week after your visa expires. However, there are risks involved...View More
The United States laws do not permit bigamy or polygamy, therefore, your spouse in possession of an immigrant visa based on the present marriage to you will be violating US Immigration laws if he attempts, or marries another person abroad , you may notify the United States government of that...View More
I suggest you contact a local attorney license in Colorado to discuss a possible case for defective equipment. By telling your story to the selected the training you will be able to establish a possibility of merits of your civil case.
Good afternoon, I have a problem and I would like to know if you can offer me any option, my partner has been staying extended or has passed his stipulated permit for a year now. He had a CC that he lost and the passport was his only identification, if he shows up at the Colombian consulate right... View More
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